Young Indian Tech Founders Featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia’s Consumer Technology List

Young Indian Tech Founders Featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia’s Consumer Technology List

Under 30 Indian-origin tech founders have marked a significant impact on the global tech landscape by securing spots on Forbes 30 under 30 Asia’s Consumer Technology list. The recognition signifies their innovative approach toward technology and ability to develop groundbreaking solutions for the advancement of the world. Let’s check out the information about Indian-origin entrepreneurs:

Jagath Biddappa and Navajith Karkera, Sonic Lamb

Jagath Biddappa and Navajith Karkera led Rapture Innovation Labs behind the captivating headphone brand – Sonic Lamb. The brand was the only non-European member among seven startups worldwide selected for the SoundTech accelerator program by Sound Hub Denmark in 2023. Their award-winning sound technology delivers a woofer-like hearing experience, keeping it ahead of others.

Abhinav Anurag and Vidya Madhavan, Schmooze

Abhinav Anurag and Vidya Madhavan founded a meme-based dating app Schmooze, in 2021. The app leverages AI for match-making based on users’ choice of memes and sense of humor that suits Gen Z’s inclination towards a meme-based communication style. The startup earned $3.2 million from seed funding.

George Francis, Muse wearables

George Francis is the CTO of Conzumex Industries of Muse Wearables and a pioneer in developing health trackers, smartwatches, and the latest smart ring elongated with NFC and modern health features. He started his career with Conzumex in 2017 as a Lead Game Developer and became the company’s CTO in 2022. The firm raised $ 3 million in a recent seed funding round.

Oshi Kumari, Arth Chowdhary, and Deyvant Bhardwaj, InsideFPV

A Surat-based company, InsideFPV was established in 2020 and propounded a user-friendly drone with ‘plug and fly’ easy technology and offers its components through their online stores. The company was featured on Shark Tank India Season 2 and earned ₹75 lakh funding.

Kush Jain, ORama AI

Kush Jain is the co-founder and CEO of Orama AI. His mission is to transform the way visually impaired people learn braille. The firm manufactures smart gloves decorated with a speaker and a camera which helps blind people to learn reading by touching dots.

Sirsendu Sarkar, Pratyush Rai, and Siddhartha Saxena, Merlin

Friendship among Pratyush Rai, Sirsendu Sarkar, and Siddhartha Saxena started their friendship at IIT Kanpur and extended it to found Merlin in 2022. This is a Chrome extension that leverages AI models like ChatGPT and others for content consumption and creation tasks like website and email summaries. The app witnessed over 100,000 downloads and garnered a back from Better Capital.

Gursimran Kalra and Gagandeep Reehal, Minus Zero

Gursimran Kalra and Gagandeep Reehal cofounded Minus Zero back in 2021 which offers a camera-oriented product for autonomous vehicles. The company focuses on affordability than the competition and for that, it completely relies on cameras but expensive sensors. The brand earned $1.7 million last year, from funding.

Soumyadeep Mukherjee, Dashtoon

Soumyadeep Mukherjee is a co-founder and engineer at Dashtoon, a startup that was established in 2022, aiming to help creators with storytelling through comics with IT. The software works to produce high-quality comics by uploading characters, narratives, and storyboards. Dashtoon raised a $5 million fund from Google Play for being the highest entertainment app.

Abhik Saha and Harshit Jain, OnePlay

Abhik Saha and Harshit Jain co-founded OnePlay which is a Mumbai-based cloud-gaming startup in 2019. OnePlay leverages Cloud technologies and allows gamers to play popular games without needing any hardware. It operates with multiple platforms including Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows PC. The startup raised funding of $1.8 million in March 2023, from investors.

Aayush Anand, Level SuperMind

Aayush Anand co-founded Level SuperMind which is a meditation app developed to improve focus and concentration among young professionals and students. The app has features like a journaling program, bedtime stories, and home workouts. The app witnessed over 500,000 downloads and was announced as India’s best personal growth app of 2023 by Google Play.

Rahul Verma, Unschool

Unschool is a Hyderabad-based learning app founded by Rahul Verma in 2019. It offers several skill-focused courses such as content writing and coding. It does not imply the duration of a course and lets student grasp at their speed. In the end, it provides internship opportunities to the learners after course completion. 

The young Indian entrepreneurs have contributed to the tech landscape with their innovative inventions and intelligence. Making a spot among the top 30 under-30 young consumer technology list proves their ability to develop groundbreaking solutions and drive change by leveraging technology to solve real-world problems. Their achievements not only reflect their brilliance but also underscore India's growing prominence in the global tech landscape. This accolade serves as an inspiration to aspiring tech innovators across the country.

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